Caló de la Nostra Dona (Caló de la Bella Dona)

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Islands: Mallorca

Platja de sa Bella Dona, also known as Cala Bella Dona, Caló de sa Nostra Dama, Caló de sa Dona Morta, Caló des Suro o Caló de ses Paparees, is situated at eight kilometres from Magaluf, between Ca l’Aixada and Cala Falcó. In front of its coast there is s’Illot del Sec, next to which there is one of the most important wrecks of Majorca, a greek ship. This u-shaped sea inlet finishes on a quiet and beautiful sandy area with fine-grained white sand, irrigated by a torrent which flows into this sea at this point. This virgin coastline is surrounded by pine trees and scrubland, which arrive until the transparent water that invites you to swim and dive. This beach was declared nudist in 1986 by the Ajuntament de Calvià, this is why it is only frequented by local visitors. The marine and underwater conditions for anchoring boats are excellent in front of this sandy area open to the wind from the south-southeast. In the entrance to the cove there is a sandy ground and the depth ranges from three to five metres. On port side, in a small inlet, there are some stairs and an old jetty where you can disembark. At 0,7 nautical miles there is Club Nàutic Portals Vells. The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. Once you are in the village of Sol de Mallorca you have to take Avenida Balear, which leads to the stairs that descend until the cove. The private car can be left for free in the surroundings. Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below: Tourist Information – Magaluf General information on the island: Tourist Information – Mallorca

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